it tries to go back the other way? >> yeah, well, the question is, we have rallieses in phoenix and san francisco. question is, it's really nationwide. in the last few months, it looks like it. but is this -- are we going back to the early 2000s where the correlation across markets got really strong? i don't know yet. it's just too soon to tell. >> now, here where everybody trades everything, including houses, is tradeable in their minds, and my analogy, if we think we are bottoming, if i say we're bottoming in the s&p futures, the question is, okay, i'm going to buy them, because it's going to rally. if we're bottoming, that doesn't necessarily mean there's going to be a liftoff, does it? >> well, i think look at the last housing cycle. it peaked around 1990, and it started falling only a little bit. it wasn't as dramatic a cycle that time. how long did it take to take off? a decade. we've been going down for six years now. i don't want to just change -- >> no, i'm with you. >> it might still be going down. and we have a lot of world economic problems that are staring at us right now.